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HART Interface

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Features

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Supports most IBM PC Compatibles.

Works with HART products from


multiple manufacturers.

System powered: no external power supply required

Tested isolation of 1500V dc between the field instrument


and EIA-RS232 adaptor pins.

Plastic coiled cable wrap for easy installation and use

Very low leakage (Max 10 uA @ 35V dc) current to the


process network.

Standard DB9 serial port connector.

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Functional Description
The HI 311HART Serial Interface
provides a complete physical link between
a HART Field Instrument and any IBM
compatible personal computer. The
interface is fully self contained, and
requires no direct power supply.
The HI 311 is designed for use with
any software driver that meets the
conditions shown in Table 1, or with
SmarResearch's CONF 301 HART
Configuration Software.

The SMAR HI 311 provides a


direct interface between a standard serial
communication port on a personal
computer and a HART network. The HI
311 is compatible with HART
communication environments, and uses a
minimum number of signals from the serial
port.

WAVE SHAPER

TxD
RxD

INPUT LINE

RTS
CTS
DCD
DSR

MODEM
CIRCUIT

DTR

POWER

VCC

INPUT
FILTER

Figure 1 - Block Diagran

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Signal Functions
TxD (pin #3)
TRANSMITTED DATA

DSR (pin #6)


DATA SET READY

Computer output signal.


HI 311 Input Signal.
Defines serial data being transmitted.
Nominal speed = 1200bps.

HI 311 output signal.


Computer input signal.
Connected internally to the DTR line of
the DB9 connector.

RxD (pin #2)


RECEIVED DATA

DCD (pin #1)


DATA CARRIER DETECTED

HI 311 output signal.


Computer input signal.
Defines the serial data being detected
at the HART instrument line.
Nominal speed = 1200bps.

RTS (pin #7)


REQUEST TO SEND

Computer output signal.


HI 311 Input Signal.
Toggled by the computer to define the
direction of data flow through the
modem.
RTS = TRUE: Modem is transmitting
to the HART
instrument.
RTS = FALSE: Modem is receiving
from the HART
instrument.

CTS (pin #8)


CLEAR TO SEND

HI 311 output signal.


Computer input signal.
Connected internally to the RTS line of
the DB9 connector.

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HI 311 output signal.


Computer input signal.
Connected to the carrier detection
signal from the modem.
Will show TRUE when the modem
detects frequency activity on the
HART instrument line.

DTR (pin #4)


DATA TERMINAL READY

Computer output signal.


HI 311 Input Signal.
Primary source of power.
To insure proper operation of the
interface, it must be at V+ (state
TRUE) at all times.
When DTR goes to 0 Volts, power will
be drawn from TxD and RTS.

GND (pin #5)


SIGNAL GROUND

Connects the computers ground wire


to the ground wire of the HI 311.
This ground signal is isolated from the
HART instrument line.
Tested for a minimum isolation of
1500Vdc between the DB9 pins and
the HART line pins.

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Signal Levels
The table below defines the signal levels that should be present at the computers serial port
for proper operation of the HI 311.
Pin numbers reference the HI 311s female DB9 connector.

DB9

V+
min

Vmax

Z
max

TRANSMITTING TO A
HART LINE (FSK)

RECEIVING FROM
HART LINE (FSK)

TxD (3)

5V

1V

3K

DATA OUT

DON'T CARE

RxD (2)

4V

1V

200

DON'T CARE

DATA IN

RTS (7)

5V

1V

3K

TRUE

FALSE

CTS (8)

....

....

....

=RTS=TRUE

=RTS=FALSE

DSR (6)

....

....

....

=DTR=TRUE

=DTR=TRUE

GND (5)

REF

REF

REF

DIRECT CONNECTION

DIRECT CONNECTION

DCD (1)

4V

1V

200

LINE ACTIVITY

LINE ACTIVITY

DTR (4)

8V

0V

200

TRUE (V+)

TRUE (V+)

Table 1 - Pin Signal Levels

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Signal Definitions
Figures 2 and 3 below give the
operating charecteristics of the HART
modulator at 1200 Hz and 2200 Hz. Both
were plotted using an HP digitizing
oscilloscope connected to a 24Vdc power

supply, a 250 Ohm shunt resistor, and a


pressure transmitter.
Figure 4 shows the test circuit.

Frequency: 1200 Hz
500

300

100
0
-100

-300

0.36

0.72

-500

1.08

1.44

1.80

(ms)

Figure 2 - 1200 Hz
Frequency: 2200 Hz
500

300

100
0
-100

0.34

0.68

1.02

1.36

1.70

(ms)

Figure 3 - 2400 Hz

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Connection Example

Serial
Cable
Optional
Intrinsically Safe
Barrier

250 Ohms

Vcc = 24Vdc
(35 Vdc MAX)

Instrument

Figure 4 - Circuit Example

Mechanical Specifications
Dimensions

Connections

Length:
Width:
Depth:

4.25
1.25
0.75

Computer: DB( (female)


HART Side: Clamp Probes
Cable
5 max. length (including probles)
coiled.

5 MAX COILED CABLE

DB9

Figure 5 - Mechanical Specifications

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Smar Research reserves the right to make changes to design and functionality of any product without notice. Smar Research does not assume any liability arising out of the application or use of any product. Smar Research , Technology
Source, and the SRC logo are registered trademarks of Smar Research Corporation. The HART, Fieldbus, and Profibus
Foundation logos are trademarks of their respective owners.

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4250 Veterans Memorial Highway
Holbrook, NY USA 11741
Tel: 631.737.3111 Fax: 631.737.3892
techinfo@SmarResearch.com
www.SmarResearch.com

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